LTUE 2016 Schedule

The LTUE 2016 schedule is listed below, divided by day and room. The focus of each panel or presentation is marked by color for a quick visual guide. Panels can be sorted by focus using the filter options. Click the name of the panel for a list of panelists, the moderator, and a more detailed description of the panel or presentation!

To see a full list of the LTUE 2016 schedule including previous days, click here.

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Saturday, February 13

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Zion
Located in the Parks area of the hotel on the northern side.
Zion
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Finding Your Audience
Writing
Jason King
Alexi Vandenberg, Larry Correia, Paul Genesse

An author's target audience is an important consideration. This panel discusses how to find your target audience and how to identify the things they do and don't want to see in your story.

Writing Excuses Podcast
Writing
Brandon Sanderson
Howard Tayler, Dan Wells, Michaelbrent Collings, Mary Robinette Kowal, Shannon Hale, Becky McKinney, L.E. Modesitt

The Writing Excuses team records episodes of their award-winning podcast in front of a live audience.

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Banquet Gala

Great food, great company, and great entertainment. Come join us in closing off the symposium at the LTUE Banquet. A fully catered meal by the Marriott hotel, with a presentation by one of our esteemed guests as our Toastmaster. Meal options are a creole chix grilled chicken breast or a grilled pork chop with a maple cranberry glaze. Gluten free and vegan options available on request. To purchase tickets, please visit our Banquet Gala page.

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How to Increase Your Writing Productivity
Writing
Kevin J Anderson

LTUE: Ninjas and Superheroes
Writing
Sarah Andreason
Crystal Meyer

Would you like to Join the awesome LTUE team? Come find out what makes LTUE great and help make it even greater in 2017!

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Shannon Hale's Keynote Address
Writing
Shannon Hale

Bryce
Located in the Parks area of the hotel on the northern side.
Bryce
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Guns and Those Who Wield Them
Worldbuilding
Larry Correia
Kevin Evans, Jen Greyson, John Harmston, David King

The mechanics of guns and psychology of their ownership and use.

Writing Excuses Podcast
Writing
Brandon Sanderson
Howard Tayler, Dan Wells, Michaelbrent Collings, Mary Robinette Kowal, Shannon Hale, Becky McKinney, L.E. Modesitt

The Writing Excuses team records episodes of their award-winning podcast in front of a live audience.

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Banquet Gala

Great food, great company, and great entertainment. Come join us in closing off the symposium at the LTUE Banquet. A fully catered meal by the Marriott hotel, with a presentation by one of our esteemed guests as our Toastmaster. Meal options are a creole chix grilled chicken breast or a grilled pork chop with a maple cranberry glaze. Gluten free and vegan options available on request. To purchase tickets, please visit our Banquet Gala page.

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The Editor's Panel
Writing
Tristi Pinkston
Stacy Whitman, Lisa Mangum, Christopher Baxter, Daniel Friend

Editors discuss the things they like to see in your manuscript and mistakes you should avoid.

Shannon Hale's Keynote Address
Writing
Shannon Hale

True Heroes
Books
Jonathan Diaz
Lisa Mangum, J Scott Savage, Adam Sidwell

"True Heroes" began with a simple idea: take photos of pediatric cancer patients expressing their dreams beyond a hospital room. From the photos grew stories which morphed into a book published by Shadow Mountain in September 2015 that is changing people’s lives. Come hear the about the remarkable project that brought kids, photographers, authors, costumers, editors, and publishers together in a celebration of life. All who worked on True Heroes generously donated their time and talents, and all proceeds benefit pediatric cancer patients.

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Arches
Located in the Parks area of the hotel on the northern side.
Arches
Shannon Hale's Keynote Address
Writing
Shannon Hale

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The Limits of Magic
Worldbuilding
Jaclyn Weist
Rachel Kelly, Dene Low, J. D. Raisor, Howard Tayler

An examination of what putting limits on magic can do for a story, and what kind of restrictions to put on it in your stories.

Banquet Gala

Great food, great company, and great entertainment. Come join us in closing off the symposium at the LTUE Banquet. A fully catered meal by the Marriott hotel, with a presentation by one of our esteemed guests as our Toastmaster. Meal options are a creole chix grilled chicken breast or a grilled pork chop with a maple cranberry glaze. Gluten free and vegan options available on request. To purchase tickets, please visit our Banquet Gala page.

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Magnificent Maps
Art
James Duckett
Heather Monson, Bobbie Berendson W, Isaac Stewart

Now that you have figured out what to put on your map and where to put it, how do you make them look good? Discuss how to take landmarks and other aspects of a map pleasing to look at.

Bios, Synopsis, and Blurbs
Writing
L. L. Muir
Chersti Nieveen, Rachel Ann Nunes, Michelle Corsillo, J. R. Johansson

Bios, synopses, and blurbs are important to your success, but what are they and what jobs do they do for you?

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Writing Excuses Podcast
Writing
Brandon Sanderson
Howard Tayler, Dan Wells, Michaelbrent Collings, Mary Robinette Kowal, Shannon Hale, Becky McKinney, L.E. Modesitt

The Writing Excuses team records episodes of their award-winning podcast in front of a live audience.

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Timpanogos
Located in the Parks area of the hotel on the northern side.
Timpanogos
Canon in the Walking Dead
Theater and Media Arts
Blake Casselman
Rose Cooper, James Ganiere

In today's pop media environment, it's common for an intellectual property to tell different stories in different media. With this in mind, what are the impacts on 'canon'. We'll try to define canon & why it matters. Walking Dead started as a graphic novel, turned into a TV show and a bunch of video games. How do different media complicate the canon, enrich it, and maybe even undermine it?

A Day in the Life of a Stormtrooper
Worldbuilding
Charlie Pulsipher
Kevin J Anderson, Tyler Jolley, L.E. Modesitt, Rebecca Moesta

A look at the daily life of military individuals, and how it might differ for stormtroopers or soldiers in a spacefaring civilization.

What About Sculpting?
Art
Emily Sorensen
Bobbie Berendson W, Devon Dorrity

What makes sculpting interesting and different from other art forms? Talk about different techniques such as additive vs. subtractive and what they are good for.

Costume Construction: Cosplay Part 2
Art
Bobbie Berendson W
E. A. Younker, Rebekah Ganiere, Heather Monson, Callie Stoker

You have your design, now what do you need to make it? Learn about different materials, sewing tips and tricks, and cheats to keep your costume functional while still looking cool.

John Williams: Film Scores
Theater and Media Arts
Renee Collins, Joe Monson, Craig Nybo, Sarah E. Seeley

You cannot IMAGINE Star Wars without the Imperial March, or the Main Title. And you can hum the Raiders of Lost Ark theme right now, can't you? Why do film scores have such impact? What's the difference between a score and a soundtrack. What skills do you need to appreciate a great score? Or write/perform one?

The Criminal Element
Worldbuilding
David King
Jo Schaffer, Robin Ambrose, Michaelbrent Collings

A look at criminals: personality, psychology, history, and why they commit crimes.

Before Katniss....
Books

Before Hunger Games, there was Gregor. An overlander hero of legend that hails from contemporary New York. Explore the underworld along with Gregor and his two-year-old sister,Boots. A heroic precursor to Collin's massively popular Hunger Games anti-hero Katniss.

Slower than Light Space Travel
Worldbuilding
Wayne Hanewicz
Helge Moulding, Steve Setzer, Joe Vasicek

The limits of and possibilities for life in space without faster than light travel.

Giving and Accepting Critique
Writing
Charlie Pulsipher
Julie Frost, Mary Robinette Kowal, Lisa Mangum, Chersti Nieveen

A discussion about gracefully accepting critique, and giving helpful critique to other writers.

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Time Travel and the Nature of Light
Writing
Bryan Brandenburg

Olympus
Located in the Parks area of the hotel on the northern side.
Olympus
Picture Books
Art
Emily Sorensen
Sandra Tayler

Picture books usually have a distinctive feel to them, but what makes them like that? Come learn about what makes picture book art unique and distinctive, as well as attractive to children.

Traditional Beginnings for Digital Design
Art
Aneeka Richins
Keliana Tayler, Rebecca J. Greenwood, Devon Dorrity, Brian C. Hailes

Learn how to use sketches, paintings, and other physical media as a base for digital art, including what materials and methods work best, how to make the transfer, and how to integrate them into the final piece.

Games & Human Interaction
Gaming
Candace Thomas
Dan Willis, Johnny Worthen, Brennan Smith

How do people interact in both video and table top games? Are some formats hurtful or helpful?

Faith, Followers, and Fanatics
Academic
Bruce H. Allred
E. A. Younker

Presentation of the academic paper Faith, Followers, and Fanatics: The Concept of the Divine in Fantasy and Science Fiction.

The Women Have it
Academic
Alyssa Steed

Presentation of the academic paper The Women Have it: Portrayal of Women in Science Fiction and Fantasy Television.

History Real or Feigned: Tolkien, Scott, and the Power of the Novel
Academic
Kaleigh Spooner

Presentation of the academic paper History Real or Feigned: Tolkien, Scott, and the Power of the Novel.

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Amphitheater
Located in the Trees area of the hotel on the southern side.
Amphitheater
Shannon Hale's Keynote Address
Writing
Shannon Hale

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Anything Can Be: Photography
Professional Development
Michelle Lehua Parker
Jonathan Diaz

Jonathan Diaz discusses the art of photography and how he captures amazing images of children's dreams.

Anything Can Be: Image Manipulation
Professional Development
Michelle Lehua Parker
Jonathan Diaz

Jonathan Diaz discusses post-production photo manipulation.

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Film Festival
Theater and Media Arts

Charismatic Villains
Writing
Craig Nybo
Virginia Baker, David Farland, Kevin Nielsen, Peter Orullian

A discussion about writing villains that your reader can't help but like.

How Deep to Dig, How High to Build
Worldbuilding
Daniel Swenson
Michelle Witte, V. J. O. Gardner, Christopher Husberg, Stan Crowe

Different stories and projects require different amounts of worldbuilding. How to recognize whether or not you've done enough.

The Art of Fairies, Elves, and Sprites
Art
Bryan Beus
Jessica Douglas, Dustin Foran, Howard Lyon, Keliana Tayler

Learn how to draw the humanoid creatures of the fantastic world. Discuss what makes each kind of fantastical creature unique.

Many Limbs: What You Need to Know for Drawing
Art
Brian C. Hailes
Bryan Beus, Graham Bradley, Jessica Douglas

Most animals have four limbs- but what if you want to draw more? Learn about the considerations of anatomical structure and artistic presentation in designing a many-limbed creature.

Art Styles Around the World
Art
Rachel Kelly
Richard Russell, Brian C. Hailes

Discuss how artistic styles vary from country to country. What makes art look American, German, or South African? Are these stylistic differences evident in Science Fiction and Fantasy?

Putting Emotional Depth into Your Children’s Fiction

Putting Emotional Depth into Your Children’s Fiction
Writing
Sandra Tayler

Children love stories when they can see themselves in them and when the story draws out emotions that they have, yet children react to events in ways that are emotionally different than adults. Learn how to add realistic emotion that your young readers can connect to, without overpowering the story that you have written.

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Aspen
Located in the Trees area of the hotel on the southern side.
Aspen
How to Write Great Dialogue
Theater and Media Arts
Robert Defendi
Craig Nybo, Michelle Lehua Parker, Peter Orullian, Michaelbrent Collings

Nothing kills a movie faster than it not having a voice. Each character needs their own unique voice. Come learn the rules for writing great dialogue... and examples of how to break those rules.

All the Best Lines
Worldbuilding
Christopher Husberg
Clint Johnson, Dene Low, Cheree Alsop, Steve Diamond

Looks at existing villains to examine why they are so fascinating and why they sometimes get the best lines.

Secret Identity? So Last Century!
Theater and Media Arts
Andrew Bahlmann, Graham Bradley, N. H. Bradson, Nichole Giles, Alexander Sousa

The pulp heroes of yesteryear donned masked and took code name to keep their identity a secret. Why? And why today are those things falling by the way-wide? Or are they?

Social Villainy
Worldbuilding
Alexander Sousa
Aneeka Richins, Nichole Giles

The social aspect of supervillainy. How villains interact with society, How minions are recruited and their loyalty won. How betrayal by friends and followers could be handled.

Escaping Semi Pro Hell
Writing
Julie Frost
Rebecca Moesta, Scott R. Parkin, Eric James Stone

So you have written a million stories and even been published. Now what?

Greek Mythology in the Modern Day
Books
Dene Low
Scott R. Parkin, David West, Paul Genesse, Christine Haggerty

From the D'Aulaire's to Riordan. Fascinating characters, monsters, creatures, and heroes taken from the Greeks. The use of Greek mythos and its lasting appeal to the modern day reader.

The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Science Fiction, B Movies, & Cult Classics
Theater and Media Arts
Robert Defendi, Rebekah Ganiere, Johnny Worthen, Johnathan Marson

40 Years ago, a light was turned on over at the Frankenstein place and cult cinema was never quite the same. What makes a cult film? Do cult films celebrate diversity or just replace conformity to the status quo with conformity to rebellion?

Video Game Design
Gaming
Rebekah Ganiere
J. D. Raisor, Brennan Smith, Michael Jason Bacera, James Ganiere

How to write a compelling story, create art, and form other factors into a video game.

Fantasy vs. Science Fiction Art Styles
Art
Keliana Tayler
Dustin Foran, Howard Lyon

There is a difference in the creatures we encounter across the genres of Fantasy and Science Fiction. For example, a giant spider vs a giant tentacled alien. Discuss what makes a creature fit into a fantasy world vs. a science fiction one, and learn how to convey that in your art.

Write a Novel in 3 Days
Writing
L. L. Muir

L.L. Muir presents strategies that will let YOU write a novel in 3 days.

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Birch
Located in the Trees area of the hotel on the southern side.
Birch
Webcomics
Art
Emily Sorensen
Carter Reid, Aneeka Richins

How do you make a webcomic? How does the writing and art differ from traditional print comics? Discuss the pros, cons, and unique aspects of webcomics in relation to other media.

Best of the Worst: Villains and Anti-Heroes
Books
Blake Casselman, Rachel Kelly, Stacy Whitman, Andrew Bahlmann

Exploring the world of villainy and why every hero needs a nemesis. Villains of note and even the anti-heroes we admire. From pure evil to those with whom we can empathize. Who would you name as the foulest fiends in literature? Alternately, who would you name as the most relatable and likeable of the lot? Minions, Moriarty, to Milo the Mindbender and more.

Writing Natural Dialogue
Writing
Jason King
L.E. Modesitt, Brandon Sanderson, David Farland, Shannon Hale

An in-depth discussion on how to write dialogue that feels natural.

TV vs Novel- Good, Better, Best.
Books
Jenniffer Wardell
Lindzee Armstrong, Blake Casselman, Robert Defendi, L. Palmer, Eric Swedin

Read the book before the movie, or watch the movie, then read the book? Which camp do you fit in? Who did it better and why?

Coffee, Tea, and Revolutions
Worldbuilding
Eric Swedin
David West, Mikki Kells

How coffee and tea have shaped history, and how to use them to enrich your own world's history.

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Cross Genre Successes
Writing
Alyson Peterson
E. A. Younker, Julie Frost, Mary Robinette Kowal

Crossing Genres, when done correctly, can bring a different flavor to your novel than sticking with the pure genre. Find out how to best meld the genres for maximum effect.

Succeeding as a Writer
L. L. Muir
John D. Brown

Unpolished Prose: Why Editors Reject Stories
Writing
Christopher Baxter

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Shannon Hale's Keynote Address
Writing
Shannon Hale

Cedar
Located in the Trees area of the hotel on the southern side.
Cedar
Self-Publishing in 2016: The Channels
Professional Development
Jen Greyson
Mikki Kells, Andrea Pearson, Cheree Alsop, Dan Godard

Exploring publishing channel pros and cons—Amazon, Kobo, iTunes, Barnes&Noble, WattPad, Draft2Digital, Smashwords, Createspace, Lightning Source, and others.

Self-Publishing in 2016: Marketing
Professional Development
Jen Greyson
Rebecca Rode, Cindy Hogan, Cheree Alsop, Alexi Vandenberg

Marketing from the standpoint of ROI. Tools to determine which marketing strategies are worth the expense as well as how to stagger efforts for maximum impact and data tracking strategies.

Gathering Your Tribe
Professional Development
Angela Hartley
Chad Morris, J Scott Savage, Dan Wells, Bree Despain

The importance of surrounding yourself with people who will lift you up, share ideas and successes, and kick you in the pants when you need it--and how to spot and eliminate negative people from your support group. It’s lonely at the top. Bring friends.

Making Martial Arts
Worldbuilding
Cheree Alsop
Johnathan Marson, Christine Haggerty, John Harmston

What martial arts consist of, and what to consider when choosing or creating a martial art style.

Pet Peeves in Publishing
Writing
Lisa Mangum
Tristi Pinkston, Stacy Whitman, Rebecca Moesta

Agents and editors discuss the things that they hate to see in a manuscript.

Writing Military for Science Fiction
Worldbuilding
Josi Russell
Kevin Evans, Eric Swedin

A look at how the military has changed and continues to change in response to available technology. How it might continue to change as technology advances.

Fight like a Girl
Books
Aneeka Richins
Erin Summerill, David Farland, Nichole Giles, Mikki Kells

Exploring novels where girls have to disguise themselves as boys to get where they need to go and do what has to be done. Delve into Alison Goodman's Eon and Eona, Knight Alanna of Trebond by Tamora Pierce, Patricia Wrede's Mairelon, Westerfeld's Leviathan, and our own Sara Larson's Defy novels.

Hitchhiking with Douglas Adams
Books
Johnny Worthen
Daniel Coleman, Robert Defendi, James Duckett, Daniel Swenson

Put your thumb in the air like you just don't care as we hitchhike through the works of the Sci Fi great Douglas Adams, humorist, satirist, and writer extraordinaire. Explore Adams' world beginning with his BBC radio comedy, take a long soul-searching dark tea-time break, and wind up the trip with a hop off into the universe of Dr. Who.

Steampunk - Don't Break Your World
Writing
J Scott Savage, Sarah E. Seeley, Dan Willis, Paul Genesse

Steam punk has unique technology and style. Learn how to write your steam punk world without losing the style.

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Making a Living as an Artist
Art
Howard Tayler
Jessica Douglas, Rebecca J. Greenwood, Richard Russell

Discuss how to sell your art, get contracts, and make a name for yourself as an artist. Learn about how the kind of art you make affects how you market.

Maple
Located in the Trees area of the hotel on the southern side on the Mezzanine Level.
Maple
Sociopathy and Psychopathy
Worldbuilding
Daniel Coleman
Dan Wells, Angela Hartley, Jo Schaffer

Sociopath and Psychopath are popular terms which refer to antisocial personality disorder. What is Antisocial personality disorder, really, and what is the difference between a sociopath and a psychopath?

Tales Dark and Grimm
Books
Christine Haggerty
Danny Potter, Callie Stoker, Stacy Whitman

The Wolf Must Die! Grimm tales and their lasting psychological impact on the minds of the young. Exploring culture warp on classic tales.

Arthur C. Clarke: Beyond Space Odyssey
Books
Scott R. Parkin
Eric Swedin, David Yurth, Robert Defendi, Johnny Worthen

Of course grand master Clarke is known for his hugely influential 2001: A Space Odyssey, but did you know about his role in satellite communications? That he was a space travel proponent? How about his multiple Hugo and Nebula awards? Wait, there's even more--but you'll have to come join us to hear about the rest.

Workshopping Your Fiction
Writing
Scott R. Parkin
Andrea Pearson, Tristi Pinkston, Julie Frost, C Michelle Jefferies, Chersti Nieveen

A discussion about effectively polishing a story by workshopping it with other authors you trust.

The Singularity is Near
Worldbuilding
Scott R. Parkin
Charlie Pulsipher, Wayne Hanewicz

The singularity is the point at which technology changes too quickly for us to keep up with it. A look at its potential causes and ramifications.

The Works of Shannon Hale
Books
Joe Monson
Luke Peterson, Candace Thomas, Michelle Witte, Dene Low

What makes Bayern creator Shannon Hale so cool. Explore it all from goose whispering to what it takes to become a proper princess, Newbery Award-winning author Shannon Hale can take you there. Delve into the words and worlds of Hale where all things have a language, ordinary villagers go to princess school, and heroines get locked away.

Short Stories/Novellas
Writing
Virginia Baker
David Farland, KB Rylander, Nathan Shumate, Eric James Stone, E. A. Younker

Where does a short-story end and a novella begin? What is a novelette? This panel discusses the nuances of how fiction is classified.

Saving a TV Show
Theater and Media Arts
N. H. Bradson
James Ganiere, Jen Greyson

Discussion on why TV shows are made from the point of view of the network and who pays for TV shows. YOU are the product. Can you save a TV show? Under what conditions can a show be saved? How can fans help save a TV show and what's the best you can hope to achieve?

The Culture of Immortality
Worldbuilding
Nancy Fulda
James Ganiere, Danny Potter, Jonathan Ryan, Lynette White, Lindzee Armstrong

Drawing Exoskeletons
Art
Heather Monson
V. T. Workman, Bryan Beus, Graham Bradley, Logan Kearsley

How to draw bugs, crustaceans, and aliens with exoskeletons. A discussion of the differences in drawing creatures who have their bones on the outside.

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Boardroom (Sat)
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Elm (Thurs-Sat)
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Canyon (Thurs)
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Canyon (Sat)
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Juniper (Thurs-Sat)
Located in the Trees area of the hotel on the southern side.
Juniper (Thurs-Sat)
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LTUE 2016 Artists' Alley

9 am
10 am
11 am
12 pm
1 pm
2 pm
3 pm
4 pm
5 pm
6 pm
7 pm
Artists' Alley (Thursday)
Located in the Trees area of the hotel on the southern side.
Artists' Alley (Thursday)
Artists' Alley (Friday)
Located in the Trees area of the hotel on the southern side.
Artists' Alley (Friday)
Artists' Alley (Saturday)
Located in the Trees area of the hotel on the southern side.
Artists' Alley (Saturday)

Professional Development

Professional Development is a new track offered this year geared towards the business of art. From beginners to seasoned veterans, there’s something for everyone to take away. All presenters and panelists have been curated from a successful pool of local talent. They’ve been in the trenches, and practice the methods they teach. If you’re serious about a creative career, please join us, and get ready to level up!

Check back soon for a list of Professional Development panels and presentations!

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